What to do in case of theft or vandalism:
Should you suffer any theft or vandalism damager on your property, pick up your phone now and call us on 1-833-4UR LOSS (1-833-487-5677) to get top professional advice on your damages, claims, and help with your remediation.
Do you know who suffers most from the problem of vandalism?
Mostly business owners but it can happen to someones home as well. This is true across many states, such as Florida, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. Despite the negative effects of vandalism on home and property owners, lucky for most home and property owners we here at Dependable claims specialists know exactly how to recover from vandalism. Most home or property owners can get restitution through their insurance anytime they suffer from vandalism. This allows for full recovery including loss of income or buisness.
What to do when your home or property gets vandalized:
-Call 911. This should be your number one priority and first course of action. Not only with this make your local law enforcement aware but a police report will also be required for your claim process. -Then, call us now now at 1-833-4UR-LOSS (1-833-487-5677) to get a free claim consultation now. -Until you are assured of your safety, it can be wise to find somewhere else to stay temporarily many policies provide a coverage for Alternative Living Expenses or ALE.
It is important to make sure that your damages meet the requirements of a vandalism claim. Vandalism usually includes offenses such as; burglary, theft-larceny, indiscriminate destruction of things and other random acts of violence.
Vandalism is commonly defined as an act of altering or damaging other people’s property, thereby diminishing the value it carries. We often see the results of vandalism in public places like bus stops, malls, parks, tunnels, and cemeteries. etc.
Most vandalism and theft comes in different forms, the common among which includes:
– Defacing your property with artworks such as graffiti
– Breaking the lights and windshields of your car
– Destruction of lawns
– Digging up a hole in your garden
– Burning down part or all of your property
– Indiscriminate Painting and marking of your property
– Puncturing your tires and scratching vehicles
– Throwing stones and other objects on your property
– Breaking of your windows and your outdoor lights
– Indiscriminate felling of your trees and cutting of bushes
– Tampering with your plumbing systems
If any of these or other damage was done to your property, intentionally then you have a valid claim for vandalism.
Here is the next set of steps to take after calling 911:
Ensure you get a police report for this incident – This is a vital piece of evidence that plays a very important role when filing your claim.
Ensure that you get a record, to the best of your ability, of any property stolen or damaged, and an estimated value of these things.
Then you can tend to the needs of you and your loved ones. We know the stress that comes with these situations. We can do our part to help with some of it.
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